Intel has announced the formation of two new business units: A Software and Advanced Technology Group and an Accelerated Computing Systems and Graphics Group.
Greg Lavender, a former VMware CTO, will head the new software unit, while Raja Koduri, an Intel VP in charge of the company’s GPU strategy, will head the Accelerated Computing unit. Sandra Rivera, who previously led Intel’s networking products, will manage a new Datacenter and AI unit that will be responsible for Xeon server chips as well as Intel’s overall AI strategy.
Finally, starting next month, Intel’s networking activities will be led by Nick McKeown, an Intel Senior Fellow who joined the firm when Intel acquired his business, Barefoot Networks, in 2019.
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